1. MLB Spring Training 2012: Cleveland Indians' Casey Kotchman Returns from Injury

    Cleveland Indians first baseman Casey Kotchman was forced to miss out on seven consecutive games due to lower back soreness, but he returned to the lineup on Sunday and appeared to be doing well...

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  2. MLB Spring Training 2012: Why Phil Hughes Should Win Starting Rotation Spot

    New York Yankees right-handed pitcher Phil Hughes may have had a difficult 2011 season, but he appears to be doing well in spring training and deserves a spot in the starting rotation...

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  3. MLB Spring Training: Toronto Blue Jays Kyle Drabek Will Have Bounce-Back Season

    Toronto Blue Jays right-handed pitcher Kyle Drabek may have had a difficult and trying 2011 season, but he has arrived at this year's spring training with a new and fresh perspective that will enable him to adapt and overcome last year's issues...

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  4. MLB Spring Training: 3 Cincinnati Reds Pitchers Recovering from Injuries

    The Cincinnati Reds were hit with an unfortunate blow during spring training, with three relief pitchers dealing with injuries, preventing them from participating for most of spring training...

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  5. MLB Spring Training: Indians Prospect Francisco Lindor Creates Buzz in Cleveland

    Cleveland Indians top prospect Francisco Lindor is generating quite a buzz in the Tribe's organization and among the fans...

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  6. MLB Spring Training: NY Yankees' David Robertson Has Sight Set on Opening Day

    New York Yankees relief pitcher David Robertson gave us all quite a scare when the news broke that he fell down the stairs at his spring training home and injured his foot...

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  7. MLB Spring Training : Why Brett Lawrie Will Have a Monster 2012 Season

    Toronto Blue Jays ' third baseman Brett Lawrie is setting the course to have a huge 2012 season. Noted for his explosive energy on the field and at bat, he has not disappointed ...

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  8. MLB Spring Training 2012: Cincinnati Reds' Johnny Cueto Leads the Way

    Cincinnati Reds right-handed starting pitcher Johnny Cueto has earned the top spot and will be the No. 1 pitcher in the starting rotation for the 2012 season...

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  9. New York Yankees: Predicting the Full-Season Stats of Entire Starting Lineup

    Spring training is upon us, and baseball fans are glued to television, radio and the news about how players perform and produce every day...

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  10. Spring Training 2012: Cleveland Indians' Chris Perez Optimistic About Injury

    Cleveland Indians closer Chris Perez suffered an injury to his left oblique on Feb. 23 during his first outing in a bullpen session, but he and the Indians organization are optimistic that he will return in time to close on Opening Day...

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  11. MLB Spring Training 2012: Why Travis Snider Will Earn the Job in Left Field

    Toronto Blue Jays left fielder Travis Snider showed up for the 2012 spring training with a new attitude and a new energy. He is playing the game from his heart, trying to earn his way into a full-time spot...

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  12. New York Yankees: Top 10 Prospects to Watch in Spring Training

    The New York Yankees have been, and continue to be, the most historic major league team in organized baseball...

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  13. MLB Spring Training 2012: Why Ubaldo Jimenez Will Have a Strong 2012 Season

    Cleveland Indians ' right-handed pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez had a difficult outing in a spring training game on Sunday in an 8-6 loss to the Reds ...

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  14. Toronto Blue Jays: GM Alex Anthopoulos Building Elite Team of the Future

    Toronto Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos has worked diligently over the last couple of years since taking over the position to build the Blue Jays organization into a powerful force to contend in the American League East...

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  15. MLB Spring Training 2012: New York Yankees' Curtis Granderson Ready for Big Year

    New York Yankees center fielder Curtis Granderson had a huge 2011 season, but he thinks that he still has room for improvement...

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  16. MLB Spring Training 2012: Yankees' Alex Rodriguez Makes Changes This Year

    New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez has made some changes for the 2012 spring training season, and has decided to go with a less-is-more approach...

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  17. MLB Spring Training 2012: Cincinnati Reds' Bill Bray's Groin Injury Not Serious

    Cincinnati Reds left-handed reliever Bill Bray sustained a left groin injury, but reports indicate that it is not that serious...

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  18. MLB Spring Training 2012: NY Yankees' Joe Girardi Makes Grieving Fan's Day

    During an away spring training game in Clearwater, Fla., New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi made a thoughtful gesture that a grieving fan will never forget...

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  19. MLB Spring Training 2012: Cleveland Indians' Josh Tomlin Improving Pitches

    Cleveland Indians pitcher Josh Tomlin is working diligently in spring training to improve his pitching. In his first outing of practice in spring training, he threw nine pitches that led to three outs...

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  20. MLB Spring Training 2012: Austin Romine Still out with Back Inflammation

    New York Yankees top catching prospect Austin Romine is still out due to back inflammation. Manager Joe Girardi said on Wednesday that Romine suffered a little bit of a setback...

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  21. MLB Spring Training 2012: Toronto Blue Jays Excited About Second Wild Card

    The Toronto Blue Jays are excited about Major League Baseball's plan to add a second wild-card team to each league in the 2012 season...

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  22. MLB Spring Training 2012: Shelley Duncan Fights for Starting Job

    Cleveland Indians left fielder and first baseman Shelley Duncan will fight during spring training for a starting job with the major-league ball club...

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  23. MLB Spring Training 2012: Blue Jays' Travis Snider Makes Changes for 2012

    Toronto Blue Jays left fielder Travis Snider experienced a difficult 2011 season, but he has come back with a positive outlook and made some changes this offseason to overcome the adversity from last year...

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  24. New York Yankees: Predicting the 2012 Stats of Every Starting Pitcher

    The New York Yankees have assembled to begin spring training, and the excitement among Yankees fans is palpable...

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  25. MLB Spring Training: Toronto Blue Jays Shut Down Jesse Litsch Due to Soreness

    Toronto Blue Jays right-handed pitcher Jesse Litsch has suffered inflammation in his right shoulder and has been shut down for the next seven days. He has had pain and soreness in his shoulder and was evaluated by renowned surgeon Dr...

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